Sakan Vietnam Triumphant in Securing the Prestigious Vietnam Value Award 3 times

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In a grand ceremony held in Hanoi on November 2, 2022, Sakan Vietnam, a leading manufacturer of veterinary and aquatic veterinary medicine, was honored with the esteemed Vietnam Value award. This recognition is a testament to Sakan Vietnam’s commitment to quality and innovation in the industry.

A National Recognition

The Vietnam Value award is a national recognition given by the Ministry of Industry and Trade to products that have achieved significant value in their respective fields. In 2022, a total of 172 businesses and 495 products were recognized as the National Brand, a testament to their rigorous adherence to the program’s criteria.

Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Mr. Pham Minh Chinh, lauded the Vietnamese business community’s efforts and contributions, especially those of the enterprises that have won the Vietnam Value award this time. Learn more about Mr. Pham Minh Chinh.

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Sakan Vietnam’s Journey to Excellence

With over 12 years in business, Sakan Vietnam has consistently invested in machinery, equipment, and the application of high-tech science and technology. This commitment has solidified Sakan’s position as one of the leading veterinary medicine manufacturers in Vietnam.


The company’s high-quality, unique veterinary medicine products cater to the needs of farmers across the country, contributing to the prosperity of Vietnam’s agriculture. This is the third time Sakan has won the Vietnam Value title, underscoring its continuous pursuit of excellence.

The Vietnam Value Award: A Biennial Honor

The Vietnam Value award is a biennial honor that recognizes the country’s most outstanding enterprises. Mr. Tran Van Binh, CEO of Sakan Vietnam, expressed his pride and gratitude at the ceremony for this esteemed recognition.

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Vietnam Value

The Vietnam National Brand, also known as the Vietnam Value Program, is a government initiative aimed at promoting and encouraging enterprises that have achieved significant value in their respective fields. The program seeks to boost the reputation of Vietnamese products and services both domestically and internationally1.

Established in 2003 by the Vietnamese government, the program recognizes businesses that meet stringent criteria, including product quality, innovation, and a commitment to social responsibility1. The award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of Vietnamese businesses in various sectors, from technology and manufacturing to services and agriculture1.

The Vietnam National Brand is awarded biennially, and the number of recipients has been growing over the years, reflecting the increasing competitiveness and quality of Vietnamese businesses1. In 2022, a total of 172 businesses were honored with the Vietnam National Brand award1.

The program not only recognizes successful businesses but also aims to foster a culture of innovation and quality among Vietnamese enterprises. By highlighting the achievements of the country’s top brands, the program encourages all businesses to strive for excellence and contribute to the development of the Vietnamese economy1.

In conclusion, the Vietnam National Brand is more than just an award. It is a symbol of the quality and innovation that Vietnamese businesses are capable of, and it plays a crucial role in promoting the image of Vietnam as a country of high-quality products and services1.


  1. Winners of Vietnamese brand awards 2022 honoured | Business – Vietnam Plus 2 3 4 5 6 7
*The award is managed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam. The businesses are evaluated based on a set of criteria including product quality, innovation, and social responsibility. “In 2024, Sakan Vietnam Company is committed to exerting our utmost efforts to uphold the prestigious Vietnam Value award. We will continue to innovate, enhance product quality, and contribute to society, thereby reinforcing our position as a leading brand in the industry and a proud representative of Vietnamese values.”

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